Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is run through the Geekbench benchmark test

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is run through the Geekbench benchmark test
The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is expected to be unveiled next month. The handset recently was run through the Geekbench benchmark test which revealed a limited number of specs. The model number is SM-C7010. According to Geekbench, the device carries a Snapdragon 625 SoC inside, equipped with an octa-core CPU that was running at 2.21GHz during the test. 4GB of RAM is included, and Android 6.0.1 is pre-installed.

The phone did appear on India's Zauba import-export site. That listing showed that the Galaxy C7 Pro will carry a 5.7-inch screen, most likely with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Four units were shipped into India from Korea with each one valued at the equivalent of $199 USD. That doesn't mean that the phone will be priced at that level when it is launched. The value is computed just for regulatory purposes.

So just how did the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro do on the Geekbench test? The phone scored 1000 on the single-core test and 5679 on the multi-core test. The phone was tested a few times and produced approximately the same score each time.

The Galaxy C-series is usually svelte, although we don't have an exact idea how thin the Galaxy C7 Pro will be. The Samsung Galaxy C7 is 6.7mm thin, so the Galaxy C7 Pro could be in that ballpark. In addition, the Galaxy C7 supports NFC and does have a fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button. We'd expect to see the same thing for the "Pro" version of the phone so that the handset can support Samsung Pay.

With the unveiling expected next month, we could find out everything we want to know about the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro in the not too distant future. 

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is run through the Geekbench benchmark test

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is run through the Geekbench benchmark test
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source: Geekbench via TechUpdate3

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13 Comments

1. kiko007

Posts: 7459; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Looks like GB3.......not interested until GB4 posts OFFICIAL numbers.

2. Tyrion_Lannister unregistered

It's clearly written below the single core score that it is geekbench 3.3.2. Just a tip.

3. kiko007

Posts: 7459; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Yeah I saw that afterwards....... brainfart. This never happened.......

4. yann

Posts: 604; Member since: Jul 15, 2010

Can anyone count how many series Samsung is producing?!? A series, C series, J series, S series etc.... That is why companies, like Apple keep long terms of updates and support. Sammy is producing phones for one year more than Apple for all years in mobile business. Not Apple fan. And not biasing Samsung. Just my point.

5. Macready

Posts: 1797; Member since: Dec 08, 2014

The S5 here in the family just received the November update. It's more than 2.5 years old. That's not too bad actually. Choice is king in my book.

10. epdm2be

Posts: 815; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Not to mention that that original S5 has about the same single core performance as this brand new device :-( The neo is slower though. I really hoped that manufacturers would concentrate more on cortex A72 instead of milking these ridiculous cortex A53's. Just re-release the classic S5 with a bit more ram and SD652 or similar as main components while keeping everything else including the IR-blaster. And sell that for a reasonable price. That's all I could want.

9. Junito

Posts: 143; Member since: Feb 12, 2012

I was thinking the same. It seems as if they release a phone every month, actually exhausting.

6. E.Rehan

Posts: 13; Member since: Nov 22, 2016

Hopefully it will have killer battery like A9 pro.

8. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Why does Samsung make their midranges with premium build and their flagships fragile?

11. epdm2be

Posts: 815; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Because their management stinks! They apparently missed that ridiculously fragile iPhone 4 a few years ago. :-(

12. Arguna

Posts: 9; Member since: Oct 23, 2016

5679 in multicore? I don't very believ to this result. Snap 820 in geekbench 4 get about 4300. In geekbench 3 about 5500.....

13. Arguna

Posts: 9; Member since: Oct 23, 2016

believe*

14. Arguna

Posts: 9; Member since: Oct 23, 2016

gets*

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